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EU competition policy should not be sacrificed but trade policy should be strengthened

The EU could create a 'chief trade enforcer'. Image: REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton

Sébastien Jean

Director, CEPII

Anne Perrot

Inspection Générale des Finances, French Ministry of Economy and Finance

Thomas Philippon

Researcher, Stern School of Business


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